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Physiomics Share Chat (PYC)



Share Price: 1.025Bid: 0.95Ask: 1.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Physiomics
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 15.79%Open: 1.025High: 1.025Low: 1.025Yesterday’s Close: 1.025


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Aymesco1
Posts: 4,121
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.025
Rise
Today 10:19
This stock is not here to make a return its to fund the Bod and pervious Bod who would forget marky boy look at the fantastic jobs he did before he filled his boots and went on to the next company.

Alarm bells rang when they started issuing RNS's as if a 5 year old had wrote them as well there policy that they don't liaise with share holders!!!!!!.

you will never get a return here, I've wrote my investment off and warn do not waste here!!!!.
 
gaf11
Posts: 2,605
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.025
Call it a day
Mon 15:16
I did a silly move when this 2.5p only a small holding. As it£s a just in case it comes good company but this appalling same as valrix performance just as bad
Orangetree
Posts: 197
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.025
Results
Mon 14:05
I can£t see why this company exist in the market because it£s a company that fails to make significant inroads. Now it reports falling revenue of 9% to £270k, as operating loss increases to half million pounds.

Physiomics is burning between £350k-£450k per year in cash and has become a serial share issuer to the small financial institutions.

Share price
The share price resembles that of Enron. Three or four years ago, this stock trades around 20 to 30 pence. Now, it£s one penny!

The continuous placing means there isn£t anything special. Because if there was, then the big boys would have jumped over this and self-funded the operations.



Their latest placing to raise over £500k at £0.025 is a discount of 60% or more to the current share price. This means the financial institutions only have confidence in buying at a huge discount and flipping it back to the market for 250% or more in profit. Meanwhile, the shareholders suffer from the continuous decline in the share price.

Final Thoughts

Physiomics is a big avoid for retail shareholders because the low market capitalisation of £500k has given retail investors the visual image of seeing this rise by 100%-200%.

My advice is to avoid the shares, but if there is a probability this company makes £3m-£4m in sales in the next five years and generate a decent profit of £1m, then a market capitalisation of £5m (10-bagger) or £10m (20-bagger).

The odds of that happening is rather small.

Therefore, this is a speculative investment where the small financial institutions are making the two to three-baggers!

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Utahsaints
Posts: 965
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.975
RE: RE: Great words of confidence....
Mon 09:15
Thanks ralphie

So the results are pinning lot of hope on this deal. We can only wait and see, but if not successful could have big credibility problems
preemo
Posts: 245
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.975
'Final Results'
Mon 09:00
Ironically, I wonder if they will be? Income falling, it can only be a matter of time. Lost a bundle here.
Hondadave
Posts: 3,882
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.10
Rns
Mon 07:11
Final results..
Thoth2
Posts: 1,643
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.10
deja vue
Fri 12:13
TruroTrader
Posts: 505
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.10
RE: RE: Great words of confidence....
12 Oct '17
Hi Ralphie,

Thanks for the detail. As you say it's been around a long time so perhaps it's not a true start up but neither is it up and running either. In my book any company that makes no profit is still try to start.

Collaborations, projects Etc may or may not be good business decisions But there not Lies either.

To be fair I had not realised the number of efforts made as you have listed but this can be seen as at least attempts to be successful.

Time will tell - thanks again for the info.
Ralphiebabe
Posts: 1,056
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.10
RE: Great words of confidence...
11 Oct '17
PS :- The upside for PYC is with SAR and VAL doing well.
Ralphiebabe
Posts: 1,056
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.10
RE: Great words of confidence....
11 Oct '17
Hi Truro,
Just to let you know this is not a "Start-up Aim company" as you mentioned on Monday, this company has been in business since 2003, with only year of being in profit.

Here are a few examples of projects/collaborations that have either generated no income, or fallen of the edge of the world.

1:- November 2010 - Collaboration with Green Biologics, ( after receiving a partial grant, no mention of what happened).
2:- September 2011- Jubilant Biosys-- Nothing happened.
3:- November 2013 - Drugcard launch - Have not released any income from this.
4:- June 2014 - Collaboration with Diatech Pharma - breast cancer equipment expected from Diatech-- nothing so far.
5:- October 2014- Cardiotoxicity Easy Ap launched- No recorded income from this. ( this has disappeared from PYC services list, the same time Dr Eric Fernandez name was taken off "who we are"0.
6:- March 2015 - Project with Merck Serono with Virtual Tumour Clinical- No update on this.




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